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Restless Bush Cricket nymph - Hapithus agitator - male

Restless Bush Cricket nymph - Hapithus agitator - Male
Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, USA
August 12, 2012
Could this be a Short-winged Bush cricket (Hapithus brevipennis)? I saw a Restless Bush Cricket near the same time, but the wings on this one look much smaller. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!

Moved from Bush Crickets.

This one is a nymph
the wings will be full-sized when it molts again.

Thanks, David!
Restless Bush Cricket nymph makes MUCH more sense than Short-winged Bush Cricket adult. (I just found a range map for the short-winged, and they're nowhere near Indiana.) Thanks so much for identifying this guy for me!

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